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.6% to 58.6%. >> they want their payroll tax cut. >> declined december to january. >> they want the payroll tax cut, no wonder. >> the big picture job numbers that came out try were encouraging but even business experts were looking at the big picture and seeing the economy in job growth has been sluggish and terribly sluggish for a really long time. still hovering around 8% up employment. when is this going to end? no one sees it ending soon. that is bad news overall. >>> what do you think mort? >> i think the she remains weak -- economy remains weak. as pat was saying. $25 billion a week in terms of deficit spending trying to boost up the economy. secondly, $85 billion a month, coming out of the federal reserve, the loosest monetary policy we have ever had. we can barely get the economy to grow. it was 2.4% last year, then 1.8%, if that, maybe even less this year. despite all the stimulus. so the economy is continuing slow, it is not even staying flat. >> so you are saying we are in for several quarters of low growth? >> we hope it is going to be several quarters of low growth. anything c
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